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IOC President Wants ‘Clean’ Russian Athletes at 2018 Winter Olympics

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President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach wants ‘clean’ Russian athletes to compete under a neutral flag at the 2018 PyeonChang Winter Olympic Games he said at a press conference in Lausanne on Wednesday. On Tuesday, the IOC banned Russia from competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics, following an investigation into allegations of state-sponsored doping at Sochi in 2014. The Russian Olympic Committee denies the allegations.

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